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CONDENSED 



ACCESSION BOOK 



THE OFFICIAL RECORD OF EACH VOLUME ADDED TO THE 



Library • _, 

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Including date and number of accession, author, title, place publisher, date of printing and 
copyright, volume, size and number of pages, binding, source, with name of giver 
or bookseller, cost, class and book number, with record of any change, re- 
binding, loss, sale or withdrawal as duplicate, worn out or undesirable 

Prefaced with explanations, illustrations and rules for best methods of use 



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L. B. Condensed Accession-Book 



First of all records to be filled; and by no means last in importance, is the 
book of accessions, the history of the growth of the library. To this the 
librarian turns for final reference in doubtful cases. Here is the complete 
story of each volume, fully told, but in the most compact form. It is the offi- 
cial indicator for the whole collection. Each line is a separate pigeon-hole, in 
which, if not exactly the book, all the condenst facts about the book are placed. 
Thence they are never removed ; they are not stolen, or loaned, or condemned, 
or withdrawn, or sent to the binder, or lost. The card is never misplaced, the 
entry does not mysteriously disappear, a new edition never supersedes. Once 
written, "it is enough," til the paper grows thin with wear and the binding 
crumbles with age or the ink-lines entirely fade out of ken. He may turn to 
his book of accessions to learn zvhat, and where, and when, and whence, and 
how much, and feel sure of his answer. A well-made accession-book has an 
element of mathematical exactness unknown to any other catalog. It is the 
editio princeps. 

Every volume has a line, and the book is thus an indicator for the entire 
collection. By this complete, unchangeable record the additions for every day, 
week, month, and year are shown at a glance ; also the total number of vol- 
umes which the library has had; and its present number by subtracting the 
total withdrawn and lost. This book is the most permanent of library records. 
There is no danger of losing or misplacing entries, as sometimes happens in 
card catalogs, nor of being compelled to rewrite them, as often happens 
in the shelf list. 

The name catalog should not be applied to the accession-book or to the 
shelf list, but is restricted to the author, title, and subject catalogs, made 
primarily for the use of readers, while these are chiefly for official use. Com- 
monly "accession" is used also as an activ verb. Some object to this, and 
prefer entry-book and "to enter;" or record-book and "to record" or register 
and "to enter." "To register" confuses with the registration of readers. 
Additions or addition-book and "to add" is perhaps best, as entry on this 
record is technically the only way to "add" a book. 

For this essential book many forms have been used, but the best features of 
all were finally combined in the A. L. A. Model, made by a committee of 



experts who compared thuroly all the various forms collected, made and 
tested samples, and finally agreed on all the details of materials, ruling, print- 
ing, and binding. 

The colored lines help the eye in passing across the page, following one or 
two above or below, and thus avoiding the danger of getting off the line in 
crossing the fold. 



Rules for Entering 

In the following rules a choice of two or more ways is given in several cases. 
Each user should, before making the first entry, read these rules thru carefully 
and cancel all the forms mentioned, except those to be used, and add neatly 
in manuscript any added rules that seem desirable, and a "List of special 
abbreviations used in this book," which will show names of agents, funds, 
etc., local in character, but occurring so often as to need contraction. 

This done, a glance at the preface will for all time show what the rule was 
for entering in that volume, and explain any abbreviations not on the printed 
list. 

i. Enter each book immediately after it is collated and agreed with order-book and 

bill. 

a. The official business record of additions should be kept as strictly up to 
date as a cash account. If more books come in than can be written up at 
once, and some are wanted in special haste, they may be entered first, but 
under no circumstances should leave the library til properly added. Once 
bearing the accession-number, other facts are readily found ; but a book with- 
out this guide is easily lost or confused with books from other sources or 
coming in on other dates. The accession-book corresponds to the invoice- 
book of a business house. As a package is opened, collate it with order-book 
and bill, to see that it is what was ordered, that the book is complete and in 
proper condition, and that the price is right. Check the price on bill, and 
enter it on order record, thus "agreeing" them. Then, if correct, enter the 
book at once on the invoice or accession-book. If incorrect or imperfect, do not 
enter it at all, for this fact decides that it is not to be "added" to the library. 

b. Pictures, statuary, maps, and all articles added to the library should be 
accessioned and numbered, so as to record the date, source, cost, and any 
other items of interest. Cards may also wisely be added under the names of 
artist and subject in the catalogs. It is well to have a special book of additions 
for these articles, if they ?.re likely to be numerous; otherwise ioo or more 



numbers may be saved in a block at the front or back of the accession-book, 
thus keeping these peculiar articles together. To distinguish them and their 
numbers from books, prefix A, marking the first work of art A I, and so on, 
the last number showing the extent of the collection. If wisht, a similar list 
for scientific specimens can be made under S i, for maps under M i, etc. 

c. Maps, charts, etc., not in book form are stampt in the lower right corner, 
or near the title of the map. In the size column, length and bredth are given 
in cm ; e. g., 41 x 52 cm. 

2. Use all the standard library abbreviations in all entries. 

These include dates, authors' forenames, place, size, binding, etc. See 
Library Abbreviations appended to these rules for full lists. So many facts 
are given in so little space, that it is important to save room by using abbre- 
viations ; and, as only those familiar with them use this book, the objection 
against their use in public catalogs does not hold good. All obvious contrac- 
tions may be used in this book, specially in titles ; e. g., "geog." for geographi- 
cal, "hist." for history, "biog.," etc., etc. The compact L. B. dates are best for 
all library uses. 

3. Give day, month, and year in the upper left margin of each left-hand page, and 
the day and month before the first entry of each day. 

The running date at the top is used in turning to find books by dates. It 
applies to all entries til a new date is prefixt to the accession number. If a 
whole page or more are received the same day, the date in top margin is 
enough. Sometimes only a single book is added, but its date must be given 
as carefully as for the pageful, for dates, like other figures, are almost worth- 
less if not exact. This date shows when the book came into the library; and, 
if the accessions were written up daily, it would also be the date of entry. A 
large number coming at once should be entered under the same date, to show 
that they came together, even if the entry takes several days. It is less 
account what day the line is written, than what day the book was received 
into the library. Some however give the date of entry rather than reception, 
when different, as being easiest. Others note both dates. This shows one 
reason for strict observance of Rule 1. If delay is necessary put the date on 
the cover where it will be covered by the book-plate, unless the order clerk 
puts, as he ought, the date on the inner margin of the first recto. Tf books 
accumulate they should be kept in order of reception ; and, if any are specially 
wanted before the others, the lines may be counted off so as to accession in 
proper order. 



4. Give to each volume the next consecutiv number on the first blank line of the 
accession-book, and enter this number on the lozver margin of the first recto, after the 
title page of each volume received, and never assign the same number to another vol- 
ume, even if the original be lost, sold, exchanged, or condemned, and an exact dupli- 
cate obtained. 

a. An accession-number is given each separate volume, and not to works, 
or sets, or lots, or series, or collections. Numbering works, in however many- 
volumes they may chance to be, always leads to confusion. The last number 
should show how many volumes the library has received from the beginning. 
Books are often issued in parts and at intervals, like periodicals. If an effort 
is made to number books or works, rather than volumes, the first volume 
received in continuation makes trouble ; e. g., v. 4 comes in to-day and should 
be numbered 1347; but v. I, 2, and 3 are numbered 975. That entry must 
be found and altered to show that v. 4 is here. When v. 5 comes in, it 
must be again altered, and so on to the end. Such constant changes and 
erasures make a slovenly book, and are sure to beget confusion. 

b. To number each lot as it comes, withdut trying to keep all the volumes 
of a set together, is a little better, as it saves changes ; but, if an accession- 
book is kept at all, it is best to keep it properly, and let it show what it pro- 
fesses — the additions of each day in the exact order of their reception, with- 
out classification in any form. 

c. In assigning call-numbers or shelf-marks by which readers call for what 
they want, books, and not volumes, are numbered. In the accession-book, 
volumes, not books, bear the number. 

d. The rule gives a separate line to each volume. Some catalogers have 
put sets of 50 or 60 volumes all on one line. The only gain is a little paper; 
for the apparent saving of labor proves no economy in the end. The entries, 
if the same, are dittoed with labor too trifling for mention. One serves for 
the whole line, insted of dittoing each word; and even this is done only once 
in the life of the book. A single accession-book has 10,000 lines, or pigeon- 
holes for 10,000 distinct volumes. Trial of various plans proves it best to 
assign one of these pigeon-holes or lines across the book to each volume. 

e. The rule assigns a given line to a given volume, and forbids its use for 
any other than that identical volume. There is no trouble then in recording 
titles, imprints, cost, source, binding, etc., for the different volumes of a set. 
If any volume is lost, or re-bound, or requires any note or comment to pre- 
serve its history and the record of its present state, the way is perfectly 
simple. If two or more volumes are put on a single line, confusion is sure 
to arise sooner or later, while by this rule any fact concerning any volume 
can be entered and found with the least possible labor. 



f. Some libraries in replacing a lost book give it the same accession- 
number as the original. This is convenient and best for shelf-numbers, but 
is all wrong for accession-numbers. Lost books often come back after many 
years, and some day a wearisome effort to agree accounts discloses two books 
bearing the same accession-number. A book put in the library to-day in 
place of one lost five years ago was added to-day, and not at the time of the 
first purchase. It is e. g., the 1374th volume added to the library, and is to 
take the place of 975, which some one has lost. 

g. Pamflets not previously accessioned, when bound, are entered the same 
as new books, on the date when they come in from the bindery, which is the 
time of their reception as books. In the source column the word "Binding," 
in place of the agent's name, shows that the pamflets had been in the library, 
but not entered. 

h. In binding together two or more books already accessioned, the number 
of the first may be retained as the number of the collection, as it is the identi- 
cal book, and all of it, with additions. In the Remarks column opposit each 
of the other volumes enter "Bound in No. — — " with date. 

i. This number as soon as assigned is stampt on the first recto after the 
title. When the book is re-bound, the number is preserved for immediate 
reference or identification after the book comes back from the binder. This 
is the most convenient place for this number, after the title itself, which it 
would deface, and the reverse of the title where the ink often shows thru or 
blots, and where it is harder to get a smooth surface for stamping. Even if 
given on the book-plate, it is repeated here as the plate is lost in re-binding. 

j. If a numbering machine is used, stamp the accession number on the 
back of main author and subject card bottom-side up, so as to be read from the 
front when lockt in the catalog drawers, or crosswise of the back on the 
reverse of the upper left corner of the front. This number on the card often 
saves a double reference, and, the machine being set, it is no appreciable labor 
to give the number wherever wanted. On the back it takes no space avail- 
able for title or notes, and is just as convenient, if stampt bottom-side up. 
When at the accession machine it is not known how many cards will be 
written, so only the one main author and one main subject card is stampt. 
This is also an advantage, in that a card not stampt on the back is thus 
recognized at a glance as an "added entry" or secondary card. The number- 
ing machine, tho costly at first, is a real economy in a library, where it saves 
its cost in time of clerks and catalogers, beside giving compact printed num- 
bers of the highest legibility. 

k. Numbers when in column are quicker to write and easier to read if only 
the last two digits are given except for each 10th number. For 60c. a 1000 



extra, the book can be had with the numbers all printed in advance. This 
is much the neatest and in the end the cheapest way. 

1. Numbers cannot be printed in advance if dates of entry or receipt of 
books are given on a separate line. This is sometimes done because a blank 
line (with only the date in the centre) above and below the list of books 
received together sets them off distinctly as a group by themselves. This 
plan, however, besides making the very desirable printed numbers impracti- 
cable, breaks up the uniformity of numbers beginning each page, and refer- 
ence is less ready. By our rule of a line to a number, and dates in the left 
margin, every page begins with an even 20, and the eye is greatly helpt in 
quick reference. 

5. Enter the class, book and volume numbers as soon as assigned, in ink if per- 
manent, in pencil if liable to alteration. 

a. Some libraries are so numbered, or liable to so frequent changes in their 
shelf-numbers or press-marks, that it is best to give only volume-numbers, 
which remain fixt. Others give the press-marks in pencil, so that they can 
be readily altered. The columns can be left blank if the system does not 
admit of their satisfactory use. They are of very great value to libraries 
that have a shelf-number not liable to frequent changes. 1. They refer 
directly to the shelves and shelf-lists without consulting the catalogs ; 2. They 
make analysis and statistics vastly easier. They are the best check to shew 
that all books paid for really get on the shelves, insted of disappearing by 
accident or design before getting on the inventory [shelf list] and catalogs. 

b. If the old fixt system is used, alcove, .range, and shelf, insted of class, 
will go in the first column, for which the heading class was chosen, for its 
brevity and applicability to almost any system. Nearly all libraries agree 
in using a book-number between this and the volume-number. Where the 
alfabetical arrangement is followed wholly or in part, these columns will be 
used for the words or letters and figures which determin the location of the 
book. These two columns are left blank til the book is cataloged, clast and 
shelf listed; for it is impossible to give the numbers accurately, til the shelf 
list is consulted. Even in the alfabetical systems there is a chance that the 
identical combination has occurred before, and must be differentiated. 

c. In the volume column, two volumes bound in one would be entered 
I & 2, 3 & 4, etc. One volume bound in two. parts would be entered I. 1 , I. 2 , 
etc., each part on a separate line. 

d. Give the number of the volume if more than one. If in only one volume, 
leave this column blank as 1 indicates that it is the first of a set of two or 
more. Make all entries of facts perfectly definit. 



6. Give the author's name and the title, as in the brief-title finding index. (For 
detailed rules see Library Notes, v. I., p. 111-131.) 

a. Space allows only a brief title, and other facts are given with so much 
fulness that the book is readily identified. If the work is anonymous, leave 
the author column blank, to be filled when authorship is discovered. The 
line separating author and title is faint, so as to be seen only when lookt for 
to guide in making the titles line accurately one under the other. When 
author's name or title is very long, this line is simply disregarded, but in most 
entries there will be a little space between the author and the beginning of the 
title. 

b. The form of author's name to be used, or the heading which takes its 
place in the author column for transactions and various other books, must 
correspond with the entry in the other catalogs ; and, as it must be decided 
from them, a careless heading should not be written here at the risk of error. 
With this as with the class number, if in doubt, and the book must be entered 
at once, leave the author column blank, and fill in after the heading is decided 
for the other catalogs. A volume of pamflets is entered under the heading 
used on the main card with a note; e. g., "& 9 other pam." 

7. Give the place, publisher, date, pages, and size, in accordance zvith rules for 
full titles, except that more abbreviations may be safely used. 

a. If several places or publishers are printed, give only the first named 
on the title ; or the most important if the main publisher is given in large type 
with fine type names preceding. Some omit the publisher, but it should be 
once recorded somewhere to help identify each book or find a duplicate if 
needed. The publisher differentiates two editions of same place and date, 
and is often used in replacing, tracing, etc. If omitted from all other records, 
give it here. Leave space between abbreviation for place and publisher, 
so it shall not look like a name and initials ; e. g., L. MacMillan, not 
L. MacMillan. 

b. If something must be omitted to save labor, perhaps the publisher can 
be spared easiest, or the pages, if given on the cards. 

c. Give the date of publication in years of the common calendar, and in 
Arabic figures. Never, here or elsewhere, use Roman numbers. 

d. If it differs more than a year from publication date, always give year 
of copyright with c prefixt. The line headed date is wide enough for six 
figures, so this important item specifying the real date of publication can be 
added. 

e. The extent of a book depends on pages and size, so that both should be 



given. The paging is the most useful item that can be given in so small 
space ; as it is on the cards it can be filled in with the class and book numbers 
without looking it up twice. It is one of the most useful items in identifying 
similar editions. A pamflet is only a thin book, and is best described by 
giving paging; e. g., "37 p. O." All the sizes (binding, paper, and type), as 
well as fold, in case it should be desirable, can be given by interlining, but 
except in rare books, the size-letter is sufficient. Give the size by the A. L. A. 
book-size rule. If it is on the line, call it the larger if it has been trimmed 
in re-binding; if untrimmed call it the smaller. For books paged in frag- 
ments, do not subtract, but give the first and last; e. g., p. 613-1120. 

f. An admirable help in quick and accurate sizing is Cole's Size Card, 
publisht by the Library Bureau. It gives by diagonal lines the proper prefix 
nar, sq, or ob, without separate measurement. It is kept inside the cover; 
some mark the size lines inside the front cover of the accession-book or paste 
in a Cole card, tho it is less handy to lay the book accurately on the card 
than to insert the card under the cover, which serves as an automatic guide 
to hold it in exact position. 

g. The size of type is rarely given, tho to many an important item in choice 
of editions for reading. It is a part of size or extent, but is more useful on 
the catalogs than here. 

8. Give the binding material, indicating half binding by prefixing J / 2 , or better 
a superior 2 ; e. g., 2 mor. If the book has leather corners also, y^, or a superior 3 will 
indicate it. If by a famous binder, or otherwise remarkable, note in Remarks. 

9. Under source write the name of the giver, if a gift; the name of the fund if 
bo't from the income of a special fund; or the name of the firm or library agents, of 
whom bo't, if from the general fund. 

Some give the name of the supplying agents in all cases, prefixing the 
initials of the fund in the second case. The funds of each library are so well 
known that the initials are ample, so the column for source allows room for 
both agent and fund. Enter at least the initials of the agent in all cases. 

10. Under cost give in dollars and cents the actual cost of the book, including 
exchange on foreign books. 

a. A ruling for pounds, shillings and pence is not needed. So few books 
among the mass in the library will be so billed, that it is waste of space to 
devote three whole columns to these headings. Even in these cases conven- 
ience requires that cost be given in ordinary denominations, so that a moment 
tells an inquirer the cost of any book. If the exact amount in foreign money 



must be kept, interline it in the cost column, or better, to allow footing the 
cost for statistics, enter it in Remarks, next to cost column. If list price is 
given, it is useless to repeat the net price also in foreign terms. 

b. If the list price is recorded, put it at the right of the source column, next 
to the left ruling of the cost column, using fr, m, and s for francs, marks, or 
shillings, and unmarkt figures for dollars. If, because of rarity or net list 
price or special terms from auction or second-hand dealers, the price paid is 
more or less than usual for a book of that list price, prefix "n" (net) to the 
cost given, to show it is not an error in entry. Some wisely do not stop to 
look up list prices, but enter them only when already known. 

c. When several volumes are bo't at once, give cost of the series opposit 
the first entered, followed by a note of the number of volumes included; 
e. g., v. 4, 5, and 6 of some work come in together, and cost together $13.44. 
Insted of dividing this up, and entering $4.48 against each volume, make the 
entry against the first (v. 4) in this way: 3 v. $13.44. Or (a more difficult 
entry to make neatly), connect the lines of the different volumes by a bracket, 
and write the cost against the center. For convenience in identifying what 
came on each bill, the date and total may be given in Remarks opposit the first 
entry; e. g., on line 10,431 the remark for a bill covering 30 v. would be "To 
10,460 is bill of 19 N. $no 62 ." The date of the bill is always earlier than 
that of reception. 10,460 shows the line of the last entry included in the bill, 
as does the remark of the next bill, unless it is for a single volume, and so not 
recorded. It is often handy to check off special bills in this way, and the 
labor is trifling to thus indicate the extent of large bills. Mark gifts "g" in 
cost column, and if cost is known add it in [ ] ; e. g., g [1.75]. For convenience 
in footing amount paid out for books and amount of gifts, it is well to enter 
the cost value assigned to gifts in red ink, as being more distinct than the 
[ ], and showing more grafically the proportion of gifts to each page. Some 
even write the entire line in red. Give items of cost carefully, thus making 
the accession-book for all practical purposes the invoice-book. 

11. Mark the cost of each book in inner margin of first recto after date of recep-' 
tion, when collating with the bill. 

From this place it is copied in the accession-book, and is often found of 
great convenience in determining value without consulting records or bills. 
The cost written in the inner corner of some special page agreed on in each 
library, serves to identify books with labels removed, or covers taken off in 
binding, or by accident, or by design where theft is intended; but any reader 
may wish to know the cost, and it is unwise to use it as a detectiv mark, 
of which the place cannot be told to all interested. A much safer private 



mark is a perforation with an awl or pin in a secret place; e. g., a pin hole 
thru the center of the fifth o used in the paging. This can hardly be found 
by accident or removed, if known, so as not to be detected by an expert. 

12. Under remarks indicate any re-binding, sale, loss, exchange, withdrawal as 
duplicate, binding in with another volume, or any change or disposition. 

The preceding entries tell what the book was when it came into the library. 
Remarks tell of any changes, and of the final disposition in case the book is 
no longer in its accustomed place. This rule requires less labor than at first 
appears, and saves more than it costs. When books come in from the bindery, 
it is a very brief matter to open to their numbers, and note the new dress, 
with its cost. Then if the volume be lost and the reader wishes to pay for 
it, there is a means of knowing whether it was in paper as at first bo't for 
25 cents, or in half morocco as re-bound, at an added cost of $1. The acces- 
sion-book is the book of final reference for these technical facts, that appear 
on no other catalog. The efficient librarian must be able somewhere to refer 
to everything of the kind, and for this no other record offers so great 
advantages. 

The librarian who will keep an accession-book on the plan above described, 
will find himself well repaid. It will be in constant requisition, the final 
authority to which will be referred all doubtful questions regarding the past 
history or present state of any one or of all his books. 



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Library abbreviations 

Compiled by Melvil Dewey 
IOO FORENAMES. CUTTER ABBREVIATIONS 



Ab. 


Abraham 


F: 


Frederick, Friedrich, 


Alex. 


Alexander, Alexandre 




Frederic 


Alf. 


Alfred 


G: 


George, Georg, 


And. 


Andrew, Andreas, 




Georges 




Andre 


Gert. 


Gertrude, Gertraud 


A.. 


Anna 


Gilb. 


Gilbert 


Ant. 


Anthony, Anton, An- 


Gi. Bat. 


Giovanni (Giam) Bat- 




toine 




tista 


Arch. 


Archibald, Archambaud 


G.. 


Grace 


Art. 


Arthur 


Greg. 


Gregory, Gregor, Gre- 


A: 


Augustus, August, 




goire 




Auguste 


Gu. 


Guillaume, Gulielmus 


A: a. 


Augusta 


Gst. 


Gustavus, Gustav, 


A: in. 


Augustin 




Gustave 


A : inus. 


Augustinus 


H.. 


Helen 


Bart. 


Bartholomew, Bartho- 


H: 


Henry, Heinrich, 




lomaus, Barthelemi 




Henri 


B.. 


Beatrice 


Hrm. 


Herman, Hermann 


B: 


Benjamin 


Hip. 


Hippolyte, Hippolytus 


Bern. 


Bernard, Bernhard 


Hu. 


Hugh, Hugo, Hugues 


Cath. 


Catherine, Catharine 


Ign. 


Ignatius, Ignaz, Ignace 


C: 


Charles, Carl 


I: 


Isaac, Isaak 


C. 


Charlotte 


I.. 


Isabella 


Chris. 


Christopher, Chris- 


Jac. 


Jacob,, Jacques 




toph (f), Christophe 


Ja. 


James 


Clar. 


Clarence 


J- 


Jane 


Dan. 


Daniel 


J: 


John, Johann, Jean 


D: 


David 


Jos. 


Joseph 


D.. 


Delia 


Jose. 


Josephine, Josephe 


Edg. 


Edgar 


Jul. 


Julius, Jules 


Edm. 


Edmund, Edmond 


K: 


Karl 


E: 


Edward, Eduard, 


K.. 


Kate 




fidouard 


Kath. 


Katherine 


E.. 


Elizabeth 


Lr. 


Lawrence, Laurence, 


Em. 


Ernest, Ernst 




Lorenz, Laurent 


Eug. 


Eugene, Eugen 


L: 


Lewis, Ludwig, Louis 


F.. 


Fanny- 


L.. 


Louisa 


Fer. 


Ferdinand 


L.e. 


Louise 


Fitz W: 


Fitz William 


Marg. 


Margaret, Margarethe, 


F..s. 


Frances 




Marguerite 



II 



M: 


Mark, Marcus, Marc 


S: 


Samuel 


Mm 


Mary 


S.. 


Sarah 


Mat. 


Matthew, Mathaus, 


Seb. 


Sebastian, Sebastier 




Mathieu 


Ste. 


Stephen, Stephan 


N.. 


Nancy- 


Thdr. 


Theodore, Theodor 


N: 


Nicholas, Nikolaus, 




Theresa 




Nicolas 


T: 


Thomas 


Ol. 


Oliver, Olivier 


Tim. 


Timothy, Timotheus, 


O.. 


Olivia 




Timothee 


O: 


Otto 


U: 


Ulrich 


Pat. 


Patrick 


U.. 


Ursula 


P.. a. 


Paulina 


V: 


Victor, Viktor 


P.. 


Pauline 


v.. 


Victoria 


P: 


Peter, Pierre 


Wa. 


Walter, Walther 


Ph. 


Philip, Philipp, 


Wash. 


Washington 




Philippe 


W„ 


Wilhelmina 


R.. 


Rebecca 


W: 


William, Wilhelm 


R: 


Richard 


Zach. 


Zachary 


Rob. 


Robert 


Z.. 


Zenobia 


Where : and .. 


is used in English names, use ; and ., for the German form, 


and i and r for the French, e. g. J: John, 


J{ Jobann, J! Jean. 















FOR HEADINGS 

Besides the preceding ioo forenames 



Gt. Br. Great Britain 

pseud. pseudonym 

pub. publisher 

sup't superintendent 

tr. translator 

U. S. United States 

& and 

( ) include maiden name of married 

woman 
[ ] include words or parts of words 

supplied 
? after a word or figure means 

probably, perhaps 

Use also the common abbreviations for political, military, professional and honorary titles. 

FOR IMPRINTS AND NOTES 

Use the size symbols, F Q D S T Tt Fe, given at the end 

c copyright, e. g., 1882 [ c '8o] fac-sim. fac-similes 

cm centimeter gr. of por. group of portraits 

col. columns il. illustrated — ions 

ed. editions 1 leaves 

f. folios mut mutilated 



abr. 


abridger 


aftw. 


afterwards 


annot. 


annotator 


anon. 


anonymous 


b. 


born 


col. 


collector 


comnt. 


commentator 


CO. 


company 


comp. 


compiler 


contin. 


continuer 


dep't 


department 


d. 


died 


ed. 


editor 



12 



n. t-p. 


no title-page 


ser. 


p. 


page or pages 


tab. 


p. 


published, e. g. 1882 [e'8o] 


t-p. 


phot. 


photographs 


v. 


pi. 


plates 


v. p 


por. 


portraits 


w. 


por. of 


gr. portrait of group 


w. 


pt. 


part 





series 

tables 

title-page 

volumes 

various paging 

(before words) with 

(after words) wanting 



In notes, the abbreviations in all these lists may be used. 



FOR BOOK TITLES 



Besides the abbreviations for honorary and other designations 



acct. 


account 


mem. 


memoir 


ad. 


additions — al 


misc. 


miscellaneous 


Am. or 


Amer. America — n 


ms. mss. 


manuscript — s 


anal. 


analysis — tical 


N. A. 


North America 


ap. 


appended 


nouv. 


nouvelle 


apx. 


appendix 


pref. 


preface, prefatory 


biog. 


biography — ical 


pub. 


published — rs 


chron. 


chronology — ical 


rel. 


relating — ive 


comp. 


compiled 


rept. 


report — ed — er 


cont. 


containing, contents 


rev. 


revised — ion 


contin. 


continuation, continued 


S. A. 


South America 


cor. 


corrected 


sep. 


separate 


dep't 


department 


soc. 


society 


ed. 


edited — or — ion 


sup. 


supplement — ary — ing 


Eng. 


English 


theoL 


theology — ian 


enl. 


enlarged 


tr. 


translated, traduit, etc. 


Fr. 


French 


trans. 


transactions 


fr. 


from 


U. S. 


United States 


geog. 


geography — ical 


vocab. 


vocabulary 


geoL 


geology — ical 


& 


and, in all languages 


geom. 


geometry — ical 


[ ] 


words or part of words 


Ger. 


German — y 




supplied 


Gr. 


Greek — cian 


— 


to and including, or 


hist. 


history — ical 




continued 


hrsg. 


herausgegeben 


• • • 


matter omitted 


impr. 


improved — ments 


? 

II 


probably, perhaps 


incl. 


including 


transition to another 


introd. 


introduction — ory 




page 


Ital. 


Italian 


1 


end of line on title 


Lat. 


Latin 




page. Used in ex- 


lib. 


library 




act bibliographical 


lit. 


literature — ry 




work 


med. 


medical 







Never use title abbreviations for specially prominent words. 



13 



FOR PLACES OF PUBLICATION 



Use on cards. In accession and all official records use shorter form 



Alb. 


Albany 


Ley. Leyden 


Amst. 


Amsterdam 


Lpz. Leipzig 


B. or Bost. 


Boston 


Lug. Bat. Lugduni Batavorum 


Bait. 


Baltimore 


Mil. Milano 


Ber. 


Berlin 


Miin. Miinchen 


Brns. 


Braunschweig 


N. O. New Orleans 


Camb. or Cb 


Cambridge 


N. Y. New York 


Chic, or Ch. 


Chicago 


Ox. Oxford 


Cin. 


Cincinnati 


P. or Par. Paris 


Copng. 


Copenhagen 


Ph. or Phil. Philadelphia 


Dub. 


Dublin 


SanFran.orS.F.San Francisco 


Edin. or Ed. 


Edinburgh 


St L. St. Louis 


Eng. 


England 


St Pet. or St P.St. Petersburg 


Fir. 


Firenze 


Stut. Stuttgart 


Glasg. or Gl 


Glasgow 


U. S. United States 


Got. 


Gottingen 


Ven. or V. Venice 


Kjob. 


Kjobenhavn 


W. or Wash. Washington 


L. or Lond. 


London 





Also the common abbreviations for the states. Use for all languages when the equivalent name contains these letters. 



TITLES, STATES, ETC. 



A. B. 




bachelor of arts 


C. S. N. 


C. S. navy 


abp. 




archbishop 


Ct. 


Connecticut 


A. D. 




year of our Lord 


D. C. 


District of Columbia 


adjt. 




adjutant 


D. C. L. 


doctor of civil law 


adm. 




admiral 


D. D. 


doctor of divinity 


Ala. 




Alabama 


Del. 


Delaware 


A. M. 




master of arts 


dist. 


district 


Am. or Amer 


. American 


D. T. 


Dakota territory 


A. R. 


A. 


associate of the royal 


Eng. 


England 






academy 


Fla. 


Florida 


Ark. 




Arkansas 


F. R. S. 


fellow of the royal 


atty. 




attorney 




society 


B. A. 




bachelor of arts 


Ga. 


Georgia 


bart. 




baronet 


gen. 


general 


B. C. 




before Christ 


gov. 


governor 


bp. 




bishop 


Gt. Br. 


Great Britain 


brig. 


gen. 


brigadier general 


la. 


Iowa 


Cal. 




California 


Id. T. 


Idaho territory 


capt. 




captain 


111. 


Illinois 


card. 




cardinal 


Ind. 


Indiana 


Col. 




Colorado 


Ind. Ter. 


Indian territory 


C. S. 


A. 


Confederate States of 


j r - 


junior 






America orC.S.army 


Kan. 


Kansas 



U 



Ky. 


Kentucky 


N. S. 


Nova Scotia 


La. 


Louisiana 


N. Y. 


New York 


L. I. 


Long Island 


0. 


Ohio 


LL. B. 


bachelor of laws 


6r. . 


Oregon 


LL. D. 


doctor of laws 


Pa. 


Pennsylvania 


It. 


lieutenant 


pres. 


president 


maj. 


major 


R. A. 


royal academician 


marq. 


marquis 


Rev. 


reverend 


Mass. 


Massachusetts 


R. I. 


Rhode Island 


M. A. 


master of arts 


R. N. 


royal navy 


M. C. 


member of Congress 


S. A. 


South America 


M. D. 


doctor of medicine 


S.C. 


South Carolina 


Md. 


Maryland 


sc. 


sculpsit, engraver 


Me. 


Maine 


sr 


senior 


Messrs. 


plural of Mr 


S. T. D. 


doctor of sacred 


Mich. 


Michigan 




theology 


Minn. 


Minnesota 


sup't 


superintendent 


Miss. 


Mississippi 


Tenn. 


Tennessee 


Mile 


mademoiselle 


Tex. 


Texas 


Mme 


madame 


U. S. 


United States 


Mo. 


Missouri 


U. S. A. 


U. S. of America or 


M. P. 


member of Parliament 


U. S. army 


Mr 


mister 


U. S. N. 


U. S. navy 


Mrs 


mistress 


U. T. 


Utah territory 


N. A. 


North America 


Va. 


Virginia 


N. B. 


New Brunswick 


vise. 


viscount 


N. C. 


North Carolina 


Vt. 


Vermont 


Neb. 


Nebraska 


Wis. 


Wisconsin 


N. H. 


New Hampshire 


W. T. 


Washington territory 


N.J. 


New Jersey 


W. Va. 


West Virginia 


N. M. 


New Mexico 


Wy. 

MONTHS 


Wyoming 


Ja F 


Mr Ap My 


Je Jl Ag 

DAYS 


S N D 




Sn M Tu 


W Th 


F St 



Use in this order "W 9 S 85" for Wed. Sept. 9th, 1885." 

Use usual abbreviations for days and months on catalog cards. 



FIGURES 



Never use roman numerals. 1 Use arabic figures, a half larger than the 
script, for all numerical expressions. 



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FOLD SYMBOL 




SIZE 


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OUTSIDE HIGHT 




Never use for size. 


Never 


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40° 






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Up to io 




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20 " 25 




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25 " 30 




f° 






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F 4 
F 5 
F 8 




30 " 35 
35 "4o 
40 " 50 
50 " 60 




For all books over 35cm high the superior figui 


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Prefix nar. if width is 


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more 


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These dividing lines will be remembered by the three 


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ACTUAL SIZE METHOD 

Give all sizes in cm (for great accuracy add decimals), leaving the old 
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followed by h, or by x and width, e.g., 23 11 or 23 x 14. 23 11 means between 
22 and 23, i. e., in 23 d cm. All measures are taken outside the cover. Width 
is from hinge to edge not including the round. To measure paper or letter- 
press prefix p(aper) or t(ype) to figures, including in type neither folio nor 
signature lines; e.g., 23x14, p22xi4,- ti7xio, 8° describes a book with size of 
cover, of paper, of letter-press, and fold. 

Library Colors 

The day colors are used, e. g., on Inspection Shelves, to mark by a colored 
thred the day on which each book is to go to its regular place in the library ; 
or, they mark the day of a loan or mem., if the slips used are changed daily, 
as in some libraries. They are : — 
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The language colors used, e. g., in bindings are : — 

1. American, Light Brown 6. Spanish, Olive 

2. English, Dark Brown 7. Latin, Light Green 

3. German, Black 8. Greek, Dark Green 

39. Minor Teutonic, Dark Blue 91. Minor Aryan, Light Blue 

4. French, Red 92. Semitic, Yellow 

5. Italian, Maroon 93~99- Hamitic, etc., Light Drab 

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